Tag: Nepal

Should we worry about “how much it hurts” in Chronic Pain?

linkphysio | November 27, 2015

History of pain management suggests strong value of focusing on pain intensity as the goal of treatment. This is true for cancer pain towards the end of life and probably for acute pain with injury or pathology. However, for pain without obvious pathology or trauma, addressing elimination of pain may not be right goal of […]

Volunteer needed for “Pain Research” in Nepal

linkphysio | November 6, 2015

सौरब शर्मा “दुखाई” सम्बन्धि बिषयको सर्वेक्ष्यणमा इच्छुक छन् | उनिले हालै नेपाली हरु मा दुखाई सम्बन्धि अनुसन्धान गर्न प्रतिष्ठित “International Association for Study of Pain (IASP)” मार्फत प्रोत्साहन पाएका छन् जुन नेपालमा प्रथम पटक हो | यस्तो ऐतिहासिक अनुसन्धान मा सौरबलाई सहयोग गरी हौसला प्रदान गर्नुहोस् | यदि तपाई (१) नेपाली हुनुहुन्छ र नेपली राम्ररी […]

Evidence-Based Physiotherapy Practice- What is it and how to do?

linkphysio | April 12, 2015

What is Evidence Based Physiotherapy Practice (EBP)? Steps in EBP “Nothing could be more humanistic than using evidence to find the best possible approach to care” (Jules Rothstein, PT, PhD) Background:Any empirical observation about the apparent relation between events constitutes potential evidence. “The conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions […]